CM FEB 2021 Vol 43 No 2
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Michel Gachet describes his French HO exhibition layout set on a cross-country line high in the Haute-Loire ‚Äì beautifully simple, and simply beautiful.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
ST.PANKRAZ IM STEIERMARK
Michael Kelleher was able to create his dream HO layout, a multi-level alpine setting with many personal touches. After building a large exhibition layout, Michael Upton wanted his new Austrian HO project to be more portable.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Michel Gachet describes his French HO exhibition layout set on a cross-country line high in the Haute-Loire - beautifully simple, and simply beautiful.
A Belgian factory served by two gauges, built in 1:87 by Roderik Vanderkelen for a micro layout competition.
NEDERLANDSE SPOORWEGEN 8811
A Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST used in The Netherlands scratchbuilt in 1:32 by Kevin Smith.
A SMALL TOWN IN BAVARIA
David Cox returns to a familiar theme, scratchbuilding the structures for his new German HO layout.
KALKA - SHIMLA - 5
Ranjeev C.Dubey continues the guided tour of his room-filling HOe layout which reproduces several sections of this famous narrow gauge hill railway. This time: Solan Brewery station.
Having long considered the possibilities of American N, Josh Williams built this small layout as a test project.
After building a large exhibition layout, Michaek Upton wanted his new Austrian HO project to be more portable.
HUNGARIAN C50 DIESEL
James Hilton shows how he created a 4MM scale model of a small industrial locomotive widely used in Hungary.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue is the Siemens Vectron as BLS Re475 new from Trix and Märklin in HO gauge.
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